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" Suddenly he entered into the scales, sate like a woman on his legges, and there was put in against him many bagges to fit his weight, which were changed six times, and they say was silver, and that I understood his weight to be nine thousand rupias, which... "
From the Black Sea Through Persia and India - Seite 266
von Edwin Lord Weeks - 1896 - 437 Seiten
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Early English Travellers in India: A Study in the Travel Literature of the ...

Ram Chandra Prasad - 1980 - 382 Seiten
...his legges, and there was put in against him many bagges to fit his weight which were changed sixe times, and they say was silver, and that I understood his weight to be nine thousand rupias, which were almost one thousand pound sterling."4 Jahangir saw the English ambassador, and turned him his...
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European Travellers in India: During the Fifteenth, Sixteenth and ...

Edward Farley Oaten - 1991 - 274 Seiten
...bagges to fit his weight, which were changed six times, and they say was silver, and that I understand his weight to be nine thousand rupias, which are almost one thousand pounds sterling : after with Gold and Jewels, and precious stones, but I saw none, it being in bagges...
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Travels in India in the Seventeenth Century

Sir Thomas Roe, John Fryer - 1993 - 474 Seiten
...bagges to fit his weight which were changed sue times, and they say was siluer, and that I vnderstood his weight to be nine thousand Rupias, which are almost...precious stones, but I saw none, it being in bagges might bee Pibles ; then against Cloth of Gold, Silke, Struffes, Liunen, Spices, and all sorts of goods, but...
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